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Message 1: Sixth Conference on Semantics and Linguistic Theory

Date: Wed, 17 May 1995 19:12:08 Sixth Conference on Semantics and Linguistic Theory
From: <SALT6zodiac.rutgers.edu>
Subject: Sixth Conference on Semantics and Linguistic Theory


 SALT VI
 First Call for Papers

 SEMANTICS and LINGUISTIC THEORY
 Sixth Annual Meeting

 Rutgers University
 New Brunswick, NJ

 April 26-28, 1996

SALT VI welcomes submissions for 30-minute presentations (with 10
additional minutes for discussion) on any topic in the semantic
analysis of natural language emphasizing the connection to
linguistic theory. Authors should submit 10 copies of abstracts,
no more than 2 pages (1000 words) long. Authors' names, addresses,
affiliations, phone numbers and e-mail addresses, and paper title
should accompany the abstracts on a 3x5 card. No Fax or E-mail
submissions will be accepted.

 Abstract deadline: December 1, 1995

 Send abstracts to:

 SALT VI Committee
 Department of Linguistics
 Rutgers University
 18 Seminary Place
 New Brunswick, NJ 08903
 USA

The program will be completed by early February, at which time
conference information will be made available. Inquiries welcome
at the address above, or e-mail to:
 salt6zodiac.rutgers.edu
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Message 2: Call for manuscripts: Computer-Mediated Discourse Analysis

Date: Wed, 17 May 95 20:43:08 CDCall for manuscripts: Computer-Mediated Discourse Analysis
From: Susan Herring <susanutafll.uta.edu>
Subject: Call for manuscripts: Computer-Mediated Discourse Analysis

This is a reminder that the deadline for receipt of electronic manuscripts
for the _Electronic Journal of Communication_ special issue on COMPUTER-
MEDIATED DISCOURSE ANALYSIS is May 25, 1995.

The peer reviewed collection follows from a recent GURT presession on the
same topic, although it is not necessary to have presented a paper at the
presession in order to submit a manuscript for publication.

We welcome original, previously unpublished manuscripts that apply
linguistic methodology to data from computer-mediated interactions.
Manuscripts are especially encouraged that report on pragmatic,
sociolinguistic/interactional, or textual analyses, or focus on
issues of methodology or genre.

Authors should prepare manuscripts in electronic format according to
the EJC/REC Author Guide, which is available on the World Wide Web at

http://trill.berkeley.edu/users/sutton/CMC.html

or by request from susanutafll.uta.edu. Manuscript length should
ideally be between 5000 and 7500 words, although shorter and longer
manuscripts may also be considered.

Questions and requests for Author Guide should be e-mailed to the
special issue guest editor, Susan Herring, at susanutafll.uta.edu.
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